Helicopter tour to Putorana Plateau

Do you want to see the unexplored edge of the wild? It's like another planet, majestic, silent. You will travel by helicopter from Norilsk to the starting point, then you will travel by catamarans or packrafts. You will see the Kitobo-Oron Waterfall and Lake Kutaramakan, which is narrow and long. After that, a light hike to the lake awaits Kutaramakan or rafting. 

The tour is conducted with the gathering of a group of 12 people. Leave a request to find out how many participants there are at the moment.

Location

the city of Norilsk
from
US$ 3 752
+ tickets to the starting point of the tour
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Duration
11 Days
10 Nights
Departures
  • Group departures
    • 3 – 13 Aug
or
Accommodation
  • Tent
    9 nights
Comfort
  • Basic
Difficulty
Moderate
Low physical intensity for amateurs and non-experienced travelers
Group
Up to 12 people
Minimum age
14 years old
Group meet at
the city of Norilsk
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Weekdays: 8am - 8pm
Weekends: 8am - 7pm (GMT +3)
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Tour highlights

An exclusive helicopter trip
Amazing panoramas are waiting for us as we will go to the most remote area by helicopter
The Amazing Putorana Plateau
Let's go to the edge of lakes and waterfalls, deep canyons and harsh tundra
Fascinating catamaran rafting
We will raft along the riverbed of the Irkinda River to Lake Kutaramakan

Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Helicopter flight from Norilsk to the Irkingda River and the Kitobo-Oron Waterfall

    10.00 Transfer from Norilsk to the helipad. The time is indicated approximately (it will depend on weather conditions, all participants must be in Norilsk by 08.30 am). 

    Helicopter flight from Norilsk to the waterfall on the Irkingda River, landing 2.5 km below the Kitobo-Oron waterfall. 

    Setting up a camp. 

    A walk to the Kitobo-Oron waterfall.

    Fishing. Evening by the campfire.

    On foot from 4 km, further optional.

  • Day 2 - Radial access to waterfalls
  • Day 3 - Rafting along the Irkinda riverbed
  • Day 4 - The day
  • Day 5 - Rafting on the Irkinda River to Lake Kutaramakan
  • Day 6 - Climbing the Bear Mountain
  • Day 7 - Sightseeing of waterfalls on the slope of Bogadil
  • Day 8 - Climbing the pass to Keta Lake
  • Day 9 - Radial outputs
  • Day 10 - Departure to Norilsk
Difficulty
Low physical intensity for amateurs and non-experienced travelers

Accommodation

Accommodation
  • Tent
    9 nights
Comfort
  • Basic

The tour provides accommodation in tourist tents.

The cost of the tour for 1 person with a group of 12 people or more is 330,000 rubles/person.

The tour will take place only if the group is recruited (12 people), or the participants will pay extra for the missing number of people.

Tent camp 9 nights

Accommodation in tourist tents.

Tour conditions

Group
up to 12 tourists
Minimum age
14 years old
Duration
11 days 10 nights
Group meets at
the city of Norilsk

Included in price

  • dropping off and dropping off a group by helicopter;
  • medical insurance (including the cost of evacuation by helicopter);
  • provision of group equipment (catamarans, motors, gasoline, awning, kitchen equipment, tents, hiking bath);
  • nutrition;
  • the work of guides and chefs;
  • transport in Norilsk. 

Paid extra

  • air and railway tickets to Norilsk and back.

It's important to know

Personal equipment you need for the tour

trekking boots,

boots,

sandals,

trekking poles,

the mosquito net,

a warm sleeping bag,

foam,

the seat,

backpack for radial exits,

down jacket,

thermal underwear, 

fleece jacket and pants,  

windbreaker and waterproof pants,

swimsuit,

sun protection and glasses,

insect repellents,

headdress,

gloves, warm and light,

lantern,

personal tableware.

Are plane tickets included in the price of the tour?
Do I need special permits for foreign citizens?

Dates and Prices

  • from US$ 3 752
    3 – 13 Aug 11 days 10 nights
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    No need to pay now